Wife's Green Card Approved After Trying a Second Time

February 16, 2021

Clients came to us in June 2019. They were frustrated, sad and confused about what to do next.

They are both Jamaicans and got married in 2017 after being together for over 3 years.

The husband is a U.S. Citizen.

They heard about an accountant who also does immigration. So they sought his help with the filing. The accountant filed for them in August 2017.

Unfortunately, things went badly. In fact, clients didn’t even get their interview notice.

Because the accountant wasn’t on record with USCIS, he also didn’t get the interview notice.

USCIS quickly denied their case based on abandonment.

Unfortunately, they didn’t have any evidence that would give them a winning chance to reopen their case. Thus, we recommended that we re-file the case.

We filed their case in August 2019. We didn’t get any RFEs. However, the pandemic slowed things down.

Last week, we prepared them for today’s Green Card interview. About an hour after the interview, we got the USCIS email informing us that the case was approved!

Client will get her 10-year Green Card!

P.S.  Success stories are based on real cases. However, each case is different, and past successes do not guarantee that all cases will have a similar result. 

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